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see what happened in that tragedy at the sandy hook elementary school why were people moved by those children being hurt? >> guest: why aren't white people as concerned about the death of a black child as we are about the death of a black child? that is one of the fundamental issues that we still address. we have had situations where assault weapons are used on a weekly basis, a monthly basis and their urban areas and the victims are black children. >> host: 2,000 children, black children were murdered on the south side of chicago and a seems to have mattered more that they were killing each other than that they were children who were dead, and it doesn't seem to be the uproar in the country. in our community -- >> guest: but that's where we are as the nation. i think most americans, black and white, all races understand that we are not the equal nation that -- >> host: that we say we are. >> guest: that there is still a reluctance to address that issue and understand that part of it comes from the problem of school education as if white children are in inferior schools there is acti
murdered, yet we all see what happened in that tragedy at the sandy hook elementary school why were people moved by those children being murdered? >> guest: people are as concerned about the death of a black child and as they are about the death of a black child that is one of the fundamental issues that we still address. we have had situations where assault weapons are used on a weekly basis in their urban areas and the victims are children. >> host: 500 people in 2012 for murder, black people were murdered on the south side of chicago and seems to matter more that they are killing each other in their children are dead and it doesn't seem to be the uproar in the country even in our community about it. >> guest: but that's where we are as a nation. most americans black-and-white and of all races understand the we are not the equal nation that we say we are. but there's still a reluctance to address that issue and understand that part of it comes from if you put one of the laws of school education is that white children are an inferior schools. >> host: there's action. >> guest: there's act
people feel like we have the economic prevalent of hurricane sandy. let the people are doing is here are some sandbags come here is an umbrella. do what we say and you will be fine. they are the ones selling of the umbrellas and the sandbags that say that you are going to be fine and. >> guest: she said she wouldn't go to the stock market herself and set up the money had navigator newsletter with a small mutual fund adviser getting amazing results allow easier to get great results when you are doing that. david ramsey has told people they could expect of% on their returns but they did that in 2012 that was one year. that isn't a number of people has ever gotten to the other thing that he's done which i find amazingly hurtful he is urging people not to declare bankruptcy and this is an important point you have to talk about those for a minute to beat bankruptcy access for a reason. you may not like it and no one wants to declare bankruptcy. we know the status and full of people riding of the credit cards and the bankruptcy and the startup businesses which is another number of debt tha
'll lee say for the past several years we went to the economic equivalent of hurricane sandy phase say put up the views and banks, here is an umbrella do as i say you will be fined and they still use the umbrella and and the sandbag. says norman who has said she will not go to the stock market has say many navigator was a small mutual-fund adviser who was getting amazing results turns out because he had a typographical error and misstated return numbers of the index. it is a lot easier to get great results when you do that. she was doing that. gave ramsey has told people to this day they could expect will% average annual returns in the markets and i guess they did get that in 2012 but that was one year but nobody has done that on a consistent basis. the other thing he has done is he is urging people not to declare bankruptcy. we do have to talk about this. bankruptcy exist for a reason. you may not like it, nobody wants to declare bankruptcy united states is not full of people who are running up their credit cards and then run into bankruptcy court. it is full of a lot of people who live i
the economic equivalent of hurricane sandy. what the people are doing is saying, hey, put up a few sandbags. here's an umbrella. do as i say. you'll be fine. better, they are selling you the umbrellas and sandbags they say are going to make you fine. >> host: any examples? >> guest: susie orman had a news letter with a small mutual fund adviser who was getting amazing results. one of the reasons they got the results was because he had a typographical error and misstated return numbers of the indexes. it's a lot easier to get, you know, great results when you do that. she was doing that, and dave ramsey told meme to this day to expect 11% returns in the market, and to be fair, they could get that in 2012, but that was one year. that's not a number people have ever gotten at any consistent basis, and, you know, the other thing he's done which is amazingly hurtful is he's urging people to not declare bankruptcy, and this is a really important point, and we have to talk about this for a minute. bankruptcy exists for a reason. you might not like it. it's not -- the world, despite what people thi
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